Study Shows Independent Sleepers Sleep Better

In 2016, the American Academy of Pediatrics released new sleep recommendations, stating that babies should stay in their parents room for the first year of life in order to promote a safe sleep environment and in order to prevent SIDS. However, a recent study done by INSIGHT showed that babies who were not room sharing […]

5 Things You Should Know About Your Infant’s Sleep

Infancy is a fascinating time!  That new baby is growing at an alarming rate both physically and neurologically.  Did you know in the first 3 years of life, a baby’s brain creates 1000 trillion brain cells and becomes 3 times larger? ( Within the first 5 months of life, your baby doubles in weight.  Incredible, isn’t […]

Why “Breastsleeping” Isn’t a Solution

What is “breastsleeping”? “Breastsleeping” is a term use to describe the combination of breastfeeding and co-sleeping.  When a baby is born, their sleep is fragmented.  They sleep A LOT (up to 18 hours!), but their bouts of sleep are more frequent in a 24 hour cycle. And, they need to eat a lot as well. […]